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9 September 2019 Digital

COSCO & CN Extend Shipping Logistics Partnership

COSCO Shipping has appointed CN as its rail provider for discharge at the Ports of Vancouver, Prince Rupert, Montreal, and Halifax to all currently served CN destinations.

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15 August 2019 Digital

Montreal Announces Grand New Funding Plan

The Port of Montreal has announced an investment of approximately US$27.7 million, to be split 50/50 between itself and the Canadian government, in the latest round of funding to be injected into the country’s maritime, transport and logistics sector.

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8 August 2019 Digital

North American Port Gets Major Investment

The Government of Canada has announced a USD $4.5 million investment for a project in the Sarnia-Lambton corridor and Port of Sarnia, which is aimed at expanding the country’s access to international markets. According to the Minister of Transport, the improvements will include a new docking facility at the Port of Sarnia to move oversized […]

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1 August 2019 Digital

PSA Acquires Major North American Terminal

Singaporean terminal operator PSA International has announced the acquisition of Halterm Container Terminal in the Port of Halifax, Canada, from Macquarie Infrastructure Partners, a fund managed by Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets (MIRA).

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29 July 2019 Digital

Canada Launches Fresh Port Investment

The Canadian government has announced an investment of approximately US$35 million for the Port of Nanaimo to make significant infrastructure improvements and expansions at its Duke Point facilities. According to a statement, the investment was announced by Marc Garneau, Canada’s Minister of Transport, following months of work with the Port of Nanaimo team, which included […]

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